We acknowledge that every couple has a set of “unsolvable problems.” In fact, each one comes with a set of problems. These problems may continue to recur throughout the relationship. For example, an introvert and extrovert might continually fight about the couple’s social life. Our counselors and therapists encourage couples to have a “recovery conversation” during the sessions to revive and nurture a sense of intimacy. We believe that this allows couples to act as joint problem-solvers who can look at the relationship’s big picture, acknowledging both its strengths and weaknesses.